A new purchase is cause for a call out.
Senator Wyden calls out the NSA for purchasing American’s internet records. Senators look to add IT and ICS environments to federal employee cyber competitions. The FTC asks big tech about their investments in AI. Turns out the GSA bought a bunch of Chinese security cameras. Akira ransomware claims a breach of Lush cosmetics. ESET reports on the Blackwood cyberespionage group. Wired looks at Predatory Sparrow. The U.S. stands firm on the United Nations Cybercrime Treaty. Our guest is Tony Surak, CMO & Operating Partner from DataTribe, with insights on the state of venture capital in cyber. And a Trickbot gang member will be doing some time.
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Guest Tony Surak from DataTribe joins us to share his take on the state of the VC cyber market.
Wyden Releases Documents Confirming the NSA Buys Americans’ Internet Browsing Records; Calls on Intelligence Community to Stop Buying U.S. Data Obtained Unlawfully From Data Brokers, Violating Recent FTC Order
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